Brooklyn & Staten Island LINK provide alternative-to-incarceration court monitoring and re-entry services for defendants with serious mental health issues involved in the criminal justice system who may or may not suffer from a co-occurring substance use disorder.
The Mental Health Court Advocacy Program (MHCAP) prevents mentally ill individuals involved in the criminal justice system at the point of arraignment from committing additional crimes by helping them obtain treatment and other services to address their behavioral health needs.
The Brooklyn SAMHSA Behavioral Health Treatment Court Collaborative improves Treatment Court outcomes by utilizing evidence-based, enhanced services to reduce recidivism and relapse.
Forensic Intensive Case Management (FICM) provides intensive case management services for severely mentally ill male inmates who are transitioning from a New York State correctional facility and returning to the New York City homeless shelter system.
Home and Community-Based Services (HCBS) provide opportunities for Medicaid beneficiaries to receive services in their own home or community. These programs serve a variety of targeted populations groups, such as people with mental illnesses, intellectual or developmental disabilities, and/or physical disabilities.
Manhattan Treatment Court Risk-Needs-Responsivity Project provides enhanced services including vocational assistance, peer mentoring, and interactive journaling to individuals involved in the Manhattan Treatment Court.
Mental Health Diversion is a coordinated, citywide, multifaceted program that combines a variety of diversion processes. Clients can be served both within a traditional mental health court and through non-specialty dockets through the EAC Network’s Clinically Informed Judicial Supervision Model.
Nassau TASC promotes public safety by integrating the criminal justice and substance abuse treatment systems, diverting individuals from jail or prison, and providing a variety of services that support individuals through their journey of recovery while ensuring offender accountability.
Suffolk Transitional Case Management (TCM) prepares individuals with mental health issues who are incarcerated in Suffolk County jails or returning from state prisons to Suffolk County, with the tools they need to successfully transition back into the community.